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11 Everyday Tasks That Are Tricky for Left Handers
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Joanna Hoffman, once a close advisor to the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs, has criticized leadership at Facebook for not being accountable for some of the harmful effects the social media platform has had on society. Hoffman was responding to a question, at the CogX conference on Tuesday, about the cult of leadership in the technology industry and how people can decouple ego from their work. While Hoffman said she had "enormous respect" for what Facebook had achieved she suggested certain aspects of the social media giant were "destroying the very fabric of democracy, destroying the very fabric of human relationships and peddling in an addictive drug called anger. So therefore what, we should capitalize on that each and every time?
With the passing of Apple Computer founder Steve Jobs, there have been numerous stories and blog posts. The iPad and iPod touch are very popular amongst a segment of the online autism communities, leading to a number of stories and articles from this community. Not the least of which is that my take on his passing is not really autism related. So, consider that before going on reading this.
The first time you picked up a crayon as a small child, you probably felt more comfortable and more natural drawing with one of your hands than the other one. Excluding the small number of truly ambidextrous people — those who can use their right and left hands with equal ease — humans generally have a dominant hand and side of their body that they favor for everyday tasks. That uneven split has had some historic downsides for lefties. They've had to use scissors, desks, knives and notebooks that were designed with righties in mind.